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Awesome design, saved me time because I didn't have to design my own. Using it to control temperature in the fish tank.
Thats beautiful! What screw sizes did you use, and how did you get the nice white layers? :)
Screws are recycled from some old electronics. White layers are actually an accident. I was planning to print it in white but once finished the old spool I realized there was no more white left so I continued with black. Turned out nice looking color combination :)
Awesome I will have to try and replicate this effect! :) How did you attach the outlet to the back of the box? Also, not sure if you had the same thing, but one of the holes in the front corner isn't getting rendered in my slicer (Cura) even though it shows in the model. I figured it would be easier to drill it out than fix whatever in the model is causing the slicing errors.
Outlet is attached using original screw in the middle. If I remember correct you will have to cut cover mounting lips off the outlet. Most of them are designed to simplify this process so you can bend it a couple times until the metal brakes. Two big openings didn't slice for me neither but a Dremel tool helped to fix it.